A few days with some incredible people on the involuntary ward of a psych hospital.
An old piece that still has relevance and qualities we stand by even if our tools and techniques evolve and change.
Also evidence of how "talking heads" don't have to be boring. It's what we do as humans; talk with each other. If it's honest and giving and below the surface, it's infinitely more compelling than the standard "b-roll," an equally "dirty" word in the land of beautiful work.